Erie Teen Center is Chicagoland’s oldest and largest comprehensive health center for teens and young adults. Because we know that being a teenager isn’t always easy, we’re here to help you with a wide variety of services, including low-cost contraception and counseling.

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Teen Health Services

    • Annual check ups
    • Illness or Injury
    • School and Sports Exams
    • Vaccinations
    • Any concerns you may have about your  health
    • No appointment needed. Walk-in hours are Wednesdays, 2 to 6 p.m., Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • Every Wednesday from 2 to 6 p.m. the Teen Center has walk-in hours for confidential STI/HIV testing. No appointment is needed, and you do not have to be an established Erie patient to receive testing. 

    Don’t worry about money, either. If you are unable to pay, we have resources that will help to pay for your testing.

  • Your confidentiality is important to us. If you are 12 years of age or over, in the state of Illinois you can see a provider for the following services without needing the consent of a parent or guardian. 

    If you have insurance and are seeing one of our providers for confidential treatment, we will make sure that your insurance does not notify your parent or guardian of your visit. Please call us at 312.666.3494 if you have any questions about confidentiality.

    • Contraceptives and pregnancy testing
    • Emergency contraception
    • Emergency care
    • HIV
    • Mental health care
    • Sexual assault
    • Sexually transmitted diseases
    • Substance abuse care
  • Everyone experiences hardship, anxiety, or friend or family troubles at some point in their lifetime. If you need counseling or support, Erie Teen Center has behavioral health therapists on site. You can choose to see a therapist during your medical visit, or schedule a separate time to meet. 

    We also have support groups for anxiety and depression. 


  • We have health educators on staff to talk to you about any concerns you may have about nutrition, managing your illness, services available at Erie and in the community, anxiety, depression, smoking cessation, and more.


Contact the Teen Center

Call 312.666.3494 to make an appointment today.

Not a phone person? No problem. Use your account to request an appointment.

If you don’t have a online services account, just visit the front desk at any Erie location to register for You’ll be able to request an appointment and contact your care team in no time.

All you need is an email address to get started.

Click here to see which insurance plans are accepted at Erie Teen Center.

Erie Teen Center
2418 W. Division Street
Chicago, IL 60622



  • If you are over 12 years of age and are seeing a provider for confidential services relating to contraception, pregnancy testing, STI/HIV care, sexual assault, substance abuse, emergency care, or mental health care, your parents will not find out about your visits to the Erie Teen Center.

    If you have any questions about your confidentiality, please call us at 312.666.3494.


  • Under the unaccompanied minor law, young people 14 and older are able consent for their own medical care if they are not receiving support from a parent or guardian. 

    Please contact the Erie Teen Center at 312.666.3494 to speak to one of our staff about the housing, education, and medical resources we can provide to you.

  • At Erie Family Health Center we believe health care is a right, not a privilege.  It is our goal to provide high quality health care regardless of a patient’s ability to pay.  At the Erie Teen Center we accept many types of insurance, and we also have programs that you may qualify for that will cover the cost of your service.

    If you are uninsured and eligible for insurance, we have staff that will help guide you through the enrollment process.

    But don’t let the cost make you nervous!  We will work with you to ensure you get the services you need and make arrangements with you should you have a small balance to pay.

    • Send us a message with your questions. Not a phone person? Sign up for an account with at the front desk of any Erie location. All you need is your email address. Through you can schedule appointments, message our staff, and review your test results.
    • Talk to an Erie Teen Center health educator. Our health educators are trained to answered your questions about every aspect of your health. Ask about seeing a health educator during your visit.